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Soccer Great Cristiano Ronaldo Launches Own Social Network: Viva Ronaldo

Soccer Great Cristiano Ronaldo Launches Own Social Network: Viva Ronaldo

Soccer great Cristiano Ronaldo is not like mere mortals that settle for a Facebook page or Twitter account – he has launched his own social network. continue reading »

Real Madrid Versus Osasuna Ends in Tie

Real Madrid Versus Osasuna Ends in Tie

Real Madrid suffered a setback in its pursuit of La Liga leaders FC Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, playing to a 2-2 draw here Saturday against Osasuna. continue reading »

FC Barcelona, Intel Sign 5-year Partnership Agreement

FC Barcelona, Intel Sign 5-year Partnership Agreement

FC Barcelona and U.S. multinational semiconductor chipmaker Intel have announced a five-year technology partnership agreement. continue reading »

Bears-Cowboys: Most-Watched NFL Game on Nationally Broadcast Spanish Language TV

Bears-Cowboys: Most-Watched NFL Game on Nationally Broadcast Spanish Language TV

The Cowboys-Bears telecast on ESPN Deportes was also the most-watched NFL game ever on nationally broadcast Spanish language television, averaging a 0.7 US Hispanic Household rating and 105,000 Hispanic Household impressions and 174,000 Hispanic P2+ continue reading »

UPDATE: UFC Fighter Shane del Rosario Dead at Age 30

UPDATE: UFC Fighter Shane del Rosario Dead at Age 30

Ultimate Fighting Champ (UFC) Shane del Rosario has died at age 30 after suffering cardiac arrest in his home earlier this week, The UFC fighter was on life support after being brought to Hoag Memorial Hospital in Newport Beach, California in full cardiac arrest. continue reading »

Carlos Beltran Signs $45 Million Deal with Yankees

Carlos Beltran Signs $45 Million Deal with Yankees

The New York Yankees came to terms with Puerto Rican outfielder Carlos Beltran and agreed to a three-season contract worth $45 million. continue reading »

Robinson Cano Signs $240 Million Contract with Seattle Mariners

Robinson Cano Signs $240 Million Contract with Seattle Mariners

Dominican second baseman Robinson Cano has signed a 10-year, $240 million deal - one of the biggest in baseball history - with the Seattle Mariners, who are gambling that the slugger can help lead them to the World Series for the first time. continue reading »

Spain to Face Tough Competition in Bid to Repeat as World Cup Champion

Spain to Face Tough Competition in Bid to Repeat as World Cup Champion

Host nation Brazil appeared to be given a smooth path to the knockout phase of the 2014 World Cup in Friday's draw, while defending champion Spain finds itself in a dangerous group that includes 2010 finalist the Netherlands. continue reading »

World Cup 2014-Group G: Familiar Faces Reunited

Germany are not only the favorites to top Group G at Brazil 2014, the three-time world champions are also one of the heavyweight contenders to take the title. At the last four major tournaments - the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups™ and the 2008 and 2012 UEFA EUROS - Germany have always made it at least as far as the semi-final continue reading »

The World Cup Draw Couldn’t Have Gone Much Worse For The Americans

The World Cup Draw Couldn’t Have Gone Much Worse For The Americans

The draw for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil completed this morning, and on first glance, it couldn’t have gone much worse for the United States Men’s National Team. The U.S. was drawn into Group G with Germany, Portugal, and Ghana, the first continue reading »